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Old 03-12-2012, 08:49 PM
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a/c control panels

Would like to add a/c in my car but I will be doing an engine swap and rewiring everything. None of the stock under dash wiring will exist. I will have a toggle switch panel and now Im looking for an a/c and heater control panel. Something that is as easy to wire as 1,2,3 for each knob. No factory plugs and groups of 10 wires per switch.
Anyone make something like this that I can retro-fit into my dash?
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Are you keeping the factory heater and air components? I don't know what your working on but if its got those items and you still want to use them, stick with the original set up. It won't matter what engine or compressor you use the wiring will be the same. If you want blower speeds and be able to control your heat/ac temps you'll be basically duplicating the factory wiring. If you are running just a/c go find a old after market hang on unit and use the wiring from it. That's about as basic as you can get
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